THIS IS NO GIMMICK – OR FALSE WAY TO RAISE MONEY!  

We have 28 years of highly proven results, awards, commendations, etc.

Our ™SAGE-USA Club program works as follows:

We are talking about having thousands and thousands of members throughout the USA endorsing and helping to get more members to continue
working on projects aimed at achieving commonly shared goals and purposes.

Again, this is no gimmick to raise money under false pretenses.

This is a real program based on honesty, integrity, ethics and common sense. Who we are and what we have done is the part that you will find hard
to believe, but it will work because of the 1000s of people and households who can see what we (2 people) have done over past 28 years.

Now the surprising thing for you is the following:

You will be updated on our activities on a regular basis as a member receiving the
SAGE-USA Newsletter.  I hope you are sitting down when you read this:  

The total cost to you as a member is of the SAGE-USA Club is 10 cents per day –
Payable daily, weekly, monthly or yearly or beyond. That adds up to $36.50 per year,
10 cents per day or one stick of gum.

We want to make this to be a REVOLUTIONARY program approach based on “survival.”

Here is what the SAGE-USA Club stands for:  The term “sage” is a word describing
Individuals that use: “knowledge, wisdom, and good judgment.

S.A.G.E. is an acronym used for “Set A Good Example.”  
USA is an acronym used for “United States of America.”  
USA is also an acronym use for “United Survival Action.”

Here is how the SAGE-USA Club works:

We the people of the America join local neighborhood SAGE-USA Clubs.
We the people pull together toward the common cause of “united survival actions.”
We the people use actions based on knowledge, wisdom and good judgment, in
Other words: Common Sense moral values that work 100% when applied.

SAGE-USA Clubs pulling together in that manner will set the example for the rest of the world of how to work together as mankind to eliminate non-
survival actions such as ignorance, immorality, criminality and wars created by lack of honest leadership.


Back on Uncle Sam's plantation
by Star Parker - Syndicated Columnist

Six years ago I wrote a book called
Uncle Sam's Plantation. I wrote the book to tell my own story of what I saw living inside the welfare state and my
own transformation out of it. I said in that book that indeed there are two Americas -- a poor America on socialism and a wealthy America on
capitalism.

I talked about government programs like Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Job Opportunities and Basic Skills Training (JOBS),
Emergency Assistance to Needy Families with Children (EANF), Section 8 Housing, and Food Stamps.

A vast sea of perhaps well-intentioned government programs, all initially set into motion in the 1960s, that were going to lift the nation's poor out of
poverty.

A benevolent Uncle Sam welcomed mostly poor black Americans onto the government plantation. Those who accepted the invitation switched
mindsets from "How do I take care of myself?" to "What do I have to do to stay on the plantation?"

Instead of solving economic problems, government welfare socialism created monstrous moral and spiritual problems -- the kind of problems that are
inevitable when individuals turn responsibility for their lives over to others.

The legacy of American socialism is our blighted inner cities, dysfunctional inner city schools, and broken black families.
Through God's grace, I found my way out. It was then that I understood what freedom meant and how great this country is.

I had the privilege of working on welfare reform in 1996, passed by a Republican Congress and signed 50 percent.

I thought we were on the road to moving socialism out of our poor black communities and replacing it with wealth-producing American capitalism.

But, incredibly, we are going in the opposite direction. Instead of poor America on socialism becoming more like rich Americans on capitalism, rich
America on capitalism is becoming like poor America on socialism.

Uncle Sam has welcomed our banks onto the plantation and they have said, "Thank you, Suh."

Now, instead of thinking about what creative things need to be done to serve customers, they are thinking about what they have to tell Massah in
order to get their cash.

There is some kind of irony that this is all happening under our first black president on the 200th anniversary of the birthday of Abraham Lincoln.

Worse, socialism seems to be the element of our new young president. And maybe even more troubling, our corporate executives seem happy to
move onto the plantation.

In an op-ed on the opinion page of the Washington Post, Mr. Obama is clear that the goal of his trillion dollar spending plan is much more than short
term economic stimulus.

"This plan is more than a prescription for short-term spending -- it's a strategy for America 's long-term growth and opportunity in areas such as
renewable energy, healthcare, and education."

Perhaps more incredibly, Obama seems to think that government taking over an economy is a new idea. Or that massive growth in government can
take place "with unprecedented transparency and accountability."

Yes, sir, we heard it from Jimmy Carter when he created the Department of Energy, the Synfuels Corporation, and the Department of Education.

Or how about the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 -- The War on Poverty -- which President Johnson said "...does not merely expand old programs
or improve what is already being done. It charts a new course. It strikes at the causes, not just the consequences of poverty."

Trillions of dollars later, black poverty is the same. But black families are not, with triple the incidence of single-parent homes and out-of-wedlock
births.

It's not complicated. Americans can accept Barack Obama's invitation to move onto the plantation. Or they can choose personal responsibility and
freedom. Does anyone really need to think about what the choice should be?  

"The trouble with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money."
















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